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Can Acute Prostatitis Turn to Chronic Prostatitis?
Summer is the season of a high incidence of urinary system diseases, and prostatitis is the most common disease in urology. As the weather gets hotter and hotter, acute prostatitis tends to break out. What is worth everyone's attention is that many patients with acute prostatitis are treated in the hospital after being misdiagnosed or delayed.
First of all, concepts and definitions are different. Acute prostatitis is an acute infectious disease in the prostate gland, also known as acute bacterial prostatitis. Chronic prostatitis refers to a group of clinical syndromes caused by pathogens or certain non-infectious factors, often with chronic urinary tract infection history.
 
Second, the disease's cause and the infection route are different. Acute prostatitis is an acute inflammation caused by bacterial infection of the prostate caused by hematogenous infection or retrograde infection. The main pathogenic bacteria are Escherichia coli, followed by Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumonia, Proteus, Pseudomonas, etc.
 
Chronic prostatitis can be divided into chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic non-bacterial prostatitis (traditional classification), or chronic pelvic pain syndrome (NIH classification), and its pathogenic factors and pathogenesis are complex. At present, it is believed that chronic bacterial prostatitis is caused by chronic recurrent bacterial infection, and the common pathogens are Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Klebsiella, and so on.
 
The causes of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain syndrome include pathogen infection, urination dysfunction, psychological factors, neuroendocrine factors, immune response abnormalities, oxidative stress, and pelvic floor related disease factors.
 
Finally, on whether acute prostatitis will turn into chronic prostatitis, we must first understand the progression of acute prostatitis. Acute prostatitis is divided into glandular duct, acinar and substantial infection stages. After bacterial infection, the acinar and glandular tube have been infected. The exacerbation of inflammation can form a pseudo abscess, mutual fusion, and affect the surrounding tissue.
 
Once diagnosed with acute bacterial prostatitis, patients should be treated rapidly and effectively with the full course of antibiotics. The vast majority of patients with acute bacterial prostatitis can be cured.
 
To eradicate prostatitis, one should continue to take medication until the entire course of treatment is completed. Stopping the drug soon may leave bacteria in the prostate, which may set the stage for another attack later. Once you get into this recurring situation, prostatitis becomes more and more difficult to treat and may eventually turn into chronic bacterial prostatitis.
 
In view of the long-term use of antibiotics easy to produce drug resistance, patients can choose herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It can eliminate symptoms and stop the disease from spreading to other organs. And it is made from more than 50 natural herbs, with no side effects.
 
At the same time, the patients should develop a good diet and living habits during the treatment, avoid tobacco and alcohol, and eat less spicy stimulating food. And eat lots of fresh vegetables and fruits. You should pay attention to personal hygiene, change your underwear, clean your foreskin frequently, and avoid unclean sexual contact. You should exercise more to enhance body immunity!
 
 
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